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Experience In Choosing Interactive Displays For Classrooms

Experience In Choosing Interactive Displays For Classrooms

Using interactive displays for classrooms is an innovative step in the education field that has garnered attention from many teachers and parents. In this article, let's explore further with AVASDI about the experience of choosing interactive displays for classrooms!

 

Resolution

This is a crucial factor for displays as it reflects the quality of image display, providing sharp and realistic visuals. Currently, interactive displays often have HD, Full HD, and 4K resolutions. Schools and teachers should choose displays with 4K resolution to achieve the best quality. Additionally, the displays should be equipped with tempered glass to prevent screen damage from external impact and ensure user safety.

 

Size

Displays come in various sizes depending on the number of students and the actual size of the meeting room. You can use 65-inch and 75-inch displays for small and medium-sized meeting rooms, and an 86-inch display for larger classrooms.

 

Interactivity Capability

This is considered the most important feature of interactive displays. You should choose displays with smooth interactivity, supporting 10-20 simultaneous touch points to facilitate easy interaction between students and teachers.

 

Pre-installed Software

Some interactive displays come with pre-installed education-friendly software such as math teaching software, astronomy applications, drawing lessons, etc. These displays also come with writing and drawing tools, handwriting recognition features, and the ability to insert videos and images, making it easier for students to learn and retain information.

 

Audio and Voice Recording

Some interactive displays have voice recording and external audio playback functions. It is advisable to choose displays with speakers of 15W or higher to ensure clear audio for videos. This helps reduce costs by eliminating the need for additional external devices and minimizes complexity in device connectivity.

 

Connectivity Ports

Having diverse connectivity options with various peripherals such as cameras, laptops, and PCs is important. Essential connection ports include HDMI, VGA, audio ports, USB Type A, B, C, and DisplayPort.

 

Display Lifespan

The longer the display lifespan, the lower the replacement costs during usage. Typically, interactive displays have a lifespan of 30,000 to 50,000 hours, allowing schools and teachers to save on purchasing new equipment.

 

Which Interactive Display Should You Choose for the Classroom?

AVASDI AVD Series Interactive Display

  • Considered a display with a modern European design, the AVASDI AVD Series enhances classroom engagement and helps students retain information.
  • 4K image quality displays sharp, vivid, and colorful images, videos, and text.
  • Up to 20-point touch sensitivity for accurate and responsive interaction without latency.
  • Wirelessly share content to up to 4 devices simultaneously, including smartphones, laptops, PCs, etc., supporting students' confident presentations.
  • Adjustable pen thickness and various colors for easy highlighting of information by students and teachers.
  • Supports a variety of graphics for students to use, such as drawing rectangles, circles, triangles, quadrilaterals, stars, etc.
  • Students can easily draw graphics with a ruler or compass in subjects like math, physics, astronomy, and art, enhancing their creativity.
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